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When kde starts with tiny fonts the text is so small that you can't read it at all so it makes impossible to change anything, if you don't know the exact order of fonts etc.
Restarting kde helps to this issue, and it returns to normal fonts, but would be nice to know what causes it and how to fix it.
I have default fonts, only thing I've changed on those is the size which I've rise 1-2 points on every font.
Start KDE without your monitor attached and then plug it in after it loads and see if it gives you normal fonts. I had my laptop always give me small font sizes unless I started X without my monitor plugged in...and it also went to hell when I turned antialiasing on, think that may have had something to do with it.